2022 Sony Open purse: Payout information, winner’s share in Hawaii

Hideki Matsuyama will posit his best comeback bid Sunday at the Sony Open.

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It’s been an eventful three days in Honolulu, but we’ve finally reached the final round of play at the 2022 Sony Open in Hawaii. Below, find everything you need to know about tournament money, including payout information, winner’s share and more.

2022 Sony Open final round preview

Through three rounds at the 2022 Sony Open, it’s been all Russell Henley, all the time. The 32-year-old pro enters Sunday’s final round holding a two-stroke lead over the remainder of the field after a blistering 15 under start through 36 holes. At the 54-hole mark, Henley sits at 18 under, holding a two-stroke lead over the remainder of the field.

But Henley will have to fight off a charge from a host of low-scoring pros, a group led by reigning Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama. The 2021 green jacket-winner is just two strokes back entering Sunday after a third-round 63 to vault himself up the leaderboard. A win at the Sony Open would be Matsuyama’s third of the last 12 months.

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Further back, Kevin Na (-11) looks to continue on Thursday’s on-course (and off-course) momentum. He’ll need a significant comeback on Sunday to re-enter the conversation. Na is joined by the likes of Keith Mitchell and Luke Donald looking for big Sunday performances.

Below, find complete payout information, including winner’s share, for the Sony Open’s $7.5 million purse; you can catch the action from 6-10 p.m. ET on Golf Channel Sunday.

Sony Open payout information, winner’s share

1. $1,350,000

2. $817,500

3. $517,500

4. $367,500

5. $307,500

6. $271,875

7. $253,125

8. $234,375

9. $219,375

10. $204,375

11. $189,375

12. $174,375

13. $159,375

14. $144,375

15. $136,875

16. $129,375

17. $121,875

18. $114,375

19. $106,875

20. $99,375

21. $91,875

22. $84,375

23. $78,375

24. $72,375

25. $66,375

26. $60,375

27. $58,125

28. $55,875

29. $53,625

30. $51,375

31. $49,125

32. $46,875

33. $44,625

34. $42,750

35. $40,875

36. $39,000

37. $37,125

38. $35,625

39. $34,125

40. $32,625

41. $31,125

42. $29,625

43. $28,125

44. $26,625

45. $25,125

46. $23,625

47. $22,125

48. $20,925

49. $19,875

50. $19,275 

51. $18,825

52. $18,375

53. $18,075

54. $17,775

55. $17,625

56. $17,475

57. $17,325

58. $17,175

59. $17,025

60. $16,875

61. $16,725

62. $16,575

63. $16,425

64. $16,275

65. $16,125

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